• staticlifetime
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    111 months ago

    Looks like they have responded a bit more positively with better explanation as to why it wasn’t being approved in CentOS Stream directly. It does look like it’s being done upstream in Fedora Linux, and it’s about bandwidth in testing for quality, etc. than it is simply being mean-spirited.

    RHEL product manager claims that this is even what happens when another Red Hat engineer submits a merge request too.

    • @cleric_splashOP
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      And of course you believe anything he says. Perfect PR target.

      • staticlifetime
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        11 months ago

        No, I don’t just believe. I posted what was said. Do you just believe anything the opposite? Did you want to peruse through other MRs?

        Want to address the other comment about why it requires more bandwidth to merge in CentOS Stream than upstream?

  • @octalfudge
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    11 months ago

    Thank you for linking the merge request. Absolutely insane that Red Hat does not want to fix security vulnerabilities where the fix has already been made.